The Top 5 Benefits of Adding Holy Water to Your Life

November 03, 2018

The Top 5 Benefits of Adding Holy Water to Your Life

When we venture to our house of religious worship every Sunday, we are able to access Holy Water and use it as we see fit. But, when we leave and walk out of those doors, we are cast back into the real world with no Holy Water, daily support, or access to our church family.

As we all know, the world can be a dark and tempting place, which is why prayer and connection are so important to our well-being.

But, it doesn’t mean we can’t access the pristine tools that have been granted to us through God. One of those resources is none other than Holy Water.

What is Holy Water?
Holy Water is water that has been sanctified by a priest or person of religious authority through baptism, in the spirit of God. Holy Water can be used for the blessing of persons, places, objects, and other belongings, as well as a way to actively repel evil in one’s life.

You can acquire your own Holy Water and use it as you see fit in your life. If you’re thinking about adding this miraculous resource to your everyday, here the top 5 Holy Water benefits:

Bless Your Family:
No one is more important to us than our family. Whether it’s your spouse, children, siblings, or parents, you want the very best for your loved ones. Upon entering your home, you can provide these individuals with access to your Holy Water so they can fortify their safety and grace in the eyes of the Lord.

Repel the Devil:
The Devil is very much alive and active in our world – just read one news headline. He is a vigilant foe, who will own the earth for all of eternity. None of us are able to hide from him; but, we can take precautions to repel his evil grip and advancement into our lives.

Diminish Temptations:
One of the easiest ways for the devil to penetrate our circle is through temptation. As humans, we are tempted by a lot. With Holy Water, you have an extra tool in your battles and prayers to remain unscathed through the Devil’s tactics.

Whether it’s for a present sickness, or preventing a future one, praying with Holy Water can create medical miracles that help you and your loved ones remain healthy. Adding it to your daily regime is better for everyone’s health.

As humans, we live with original sin. There is nothing we can do about that. That’s why we need to steadfastly repent for our sins and work to cleanse our souls. Holy Water is a beautiful addition to our daily soul-cleansing, and will help you work harder to stay on the right course.

No matter who you are or where you come from, Holy Water was created for any and everyone. God loves all of His children, and that means you, too.


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